Oceania 1 is an exceptional boat, in excellent condition, well equipped and absolutely ready to go cruising. Surveyed November 2016 all findings fixed, all new standing rigging, like new sails, (Main, Genoa, Jib & Spin), all B&G electronics (dual plotters, radar & instruments, auto-pilot, VHF & AIS), two full enclosures (screens & windows), 16 BTU Heat & AC plus Espar diesel heater, wind generator & solar panels, like new Zodiac & outboard. Oceania is a truly a "Must see!".
The Beneteau 411 was designed by Groupe Finot, Naval Architects. She is a welcome marriage of thoughtful design, quality construction, comfortable accommodations and spirited performance. She has an overall length of forty one feet eight inches, a beam of thirteen feet and a displacement of 17,196 lbs. Her hull, cabin and deck are constructed as hand laid fiberglass mat and Vinyl Ester resin finished with gleaming white gelcoat. Her decks and cabin feature a molded in nonskid pattern for sure footing everywhere from bow to stern. The raised cabin has numerous (15) opening ports (8) and hatches (7) for excellent light and ventilation below. The aft cockpit is generous, providing seating for 6-7 persons, a center line table and helm station. A convenient step through transom provides easy access to the wide stern swim platform.
Overview: Oceania 1 is the proven and easily handled sloop design with an ICW friendly mast height of 58 ft 6 in and a shallow draft, fin and bulb, keel of 4 ft 9 in. The standing rigging is new it was replaced in October of 2016. She is powered by a reliable 40 HP Westerbeke diesel. Her Doyle mainsail and head sails both offer convenient roller furling for secure and easy stowage and precise reefing. The roller furling mainsail is 308 sq ft when fully deployed and the standard roller furling genoa is 389 sq ft when fully deployed. In addition she has a smaller 100% jib and a full size multi-color cruising spinnaker in a sock for light air sailing. Her deck is surrounded by a teak cap rail from bow to stern, vinyl covered double safety lines and stanchions, with the standing rigging set inboard enabling passing the shrouds easily. At the bow are a hefty stainless steel anchor support bracket accommodating duel anchors (Bruce & CQR) and a large below deck split anchor well. A Lofrans horizontal anchor windlass mounted in the anchor well has both rope and chain capstans and is operated by a handheld remote control.
Interior Accommodations: Oceania 1 is the popular three cabin, two head layout, with beautiful cherry finished interior bulkheads and cabinetry throughout. Her welcoming main saloon features a comfortable and spacious wrap around dinette and table to starboard with soft white vinyl cushions and seating for six. A total of 23 ports and hatches enable plenty of light and ventilation below. To starboard of the companionway and aft of the wrap around dinette and table is a dedicated navigation desk and console with a forward facing navigator’s seat. The navigation desk and console offers easy access to all the navigation and communications electronics and the AC and DC control panels. The galley is to port, offering plenty of counter space, cabinetry for storage, double stainless steel sinks, a two burner propane stove and oven, a convenient top access refrigerator and freezer and a GE microwave oven. Her three ample private cabins (two aft and one forward, offer roomy double berths and cabinetry for up to six people and all their personal gear. She offers two heads, one aft, to port of the companionway and one forward of the forward master stateroom. Both heads have fresh water showers, vanities, sinks and mirrors and manually operated heads.
Cockpit (fully enclosable) and swim platform: Oceania 1 is equipped with two complete Sunbrella cockpit enclosures, one set with clear windows and one set with fine mesh bug screens. Headroom under the bimini at the helm is 71 in. Headroom under the dodger is 65 in. The cockpit has all around seating with in-laid teak seats, three generous lazarette compartments, a central cockpit table with folding leaves, a generous helm pedestal, accommodating the various helm mounted electronics and a large, eight spoke, leather covered, destroyer wheel. Throttle and gear controls are conveniently mounted on the pedestal within easy reach and control of the helmsman. The adjustable helm seat in it’s up position gives the helmsman convenient seating and in the down position allows easy ingress and egress to the swim platform. Two Lewmar #48 two speed, self-tailing winches are mounted on the cockpit coaming within easy reach of the helmsman or crew and two more Lewmar #40 two speed, self- tailing winches are mounted on the cabin top for easy access to and control of the various halyard and control lines leading from the mast aft, along the deck, under the dodger to the cockpit. She has a large stern swim platform with inlaid teak for sure footing, a hinged swim ladder, and a step-through transom for easy ingress and egress between the cockpit and the swim platform. Mounted at the stern to starboard are an Airbreeze three blade wind generator mounted on a stainless steel tripod well above the cockpit and Bimini, a new Mercury 6 HP 4-stroke outboard motor on a secure bracket and a Dickenson stainless steel BBQ grill.
The interior accommodations consist of a roomy main saloon with separate galley and navigation areas, three private cabins, (a master stateroom forward, two guest cabins aft and two heads. The interior bulkheads, built-in furniture and cabinetry are all cherry stained mahogany. The overhead in the saloon and forward stateroom is soft white vinyl panels running fore and aft. The sole throughout the interior is teak panel flooring. Selected panels are removable for access to the bilge areas. Headroom throughout the interior varies from 75-71 inches.
The main saloon is open and comfortable with plenty of light and ventilation from numerous ports and hatches. A wrap around dinette with white vinyl upholstered seating for up to six and a large table allows roomy entertainment space and converts to a double berth if needed. On the bulkhead forward of the dinette are a large Vizio flat screen TV and a DVD player. Brass barometer, chronometer and thermometer complete the nautical theme of the saloon. Aft of the wrap around dinette is the navigation desk and console with a large chart table and ample space for the navigation and communication electronics and the AC & DC electrical panels. Headroom in the saloon is generally 75 in. To port of the companionway and aft of the galley is the common and guest head with vanity, mirror, hand shower and Jabsco manual head with an opening hatch for light and ventilation. Standing headroom in the common guest head is 71 in.
The galley occupying the entire port side of the main saloon is beautifully appointed with plenty of counter space, a double stainless sink and plenty of storage space above and below the counter top for storage of dishes, cooking utensils, provisions, etc. The refrigerator and freezer compartments with top access allow convenient and cold storage of perishable foods and beverages. Central in the galley are a gimballing two-burner propane stove with oven and a GE microwave oven. The galley is light and airy with a large opening port and an overhead hatch. Great storage and plenty of work space add to making cooking pleasurable dockside or underway. Headroom in the galley area is generally 73 in.
Forward of the main saloon is the master stateroom with cherry stained bulkheads and cabinetry and teak panel flooring with a comfortable Pullman berth to starboard, 78 in x 60 in. There are two very large drawers under the Pullman berth for storage. There is a white vinyl upholstered settee to port, perfect for reading or relaxing. Two separate hanging lockers provide personal storage. Headroom in the master cabin is 75 in. Forward of the master cabin is a spacious and well-lighted and ventilated forward head with vanity, sink, mirrors, hand shower and Jabsco manual head. Standing headroom in the master stateroom head is 71 in.
Aft of the main saloon are two guest cabins each with a double berth, 77 in x 56 in, with cherry bulkheads, cabinetry and hanging locker for personal storage. Standing headroom in the two aft cabins is 73 in, less over the actual berths.
Main saloon navigation console
Cockpit helm pedestal & mast
Listing broker: Bob Cook
Edwards Yacht Sales, Clearwater, FL
Office: 239-775-7435, Cell 239-877-4094